Really saddened to hear this... and also feeling guilty, because over the past year or so I've gotten a handful of my Mac-toting colleagues onto Dragon for Mac. They've adopted it into their workflows, and now they'll be screwed, too. I actually have both Dragon Medical and Dragon Professional for Mac (long story). I found that the Professional version worked better, given its newer dictation engine. Sure, you had to customize the dictionary, but once you put a bit of work into that it was smooth sailing. And despite what Nuance said, the Professional version worked just fine with Epic (and even Cerner); the medical version didn't have anything special over it. The Windows version did, but interestingly, Dragon Medical 360 (the latest and greatest Windows version) has big issues outside of Epic, at least for my hospital's version. From the medical standpoint, my wife's clinic dumped Dragon (Windows) in favor of M*Modal, and she finds it to be superior. Unfortunately, they seem to be totally focused on medical practices; there is no personal edition. I was using the software for a number of personal things, too, and found it invaluable. I was looking forward to seeing what the next version would bring. Siri is good, but can't compare for extended dictation. I started out with Siri; for me, Siri would make about one error every sentence or two, but Dragon could go for multiple paragraphs without an error. The customization and ability to refine pronunciation recognition makes a big difference. I haven't seen any competing products... if anyone knows of any, please share. I guess I'll need to make a virtual machine for macOS 10.13 if I want to be sure that Dragon will keep working as expected.